Refusal to Deliver
alright canada post, we've got a beef to settle, you & me! you're starting to piss me off now!
alright johnny, let's be fair. you can't blame an entire company for the shortcomings of one employee. one very lazy-ass employee.
where i live, it's been snowing...a lot. as a matter of fact it doesn't really seem to stop for all that long. we've had a mild winter. apparently, the milder the winter the more snow you get. so guess what. i don't even bother with the stuff anymore. there's no point in shovelling. it would be like mopping the floor in a bathroom at that woodstock revival they had in the 90s. in other words, completely useless because the more you get rid of the snow on areas where people like to walk, the more snow that falls.
so lately i've simply done all that i could do to make sure there was a path on the front walk that's about a foot across. a foot is plenty wide enough to have room to walk on. there's no problem here...
so here's where i get to the point. the last couple of days we haven't gotten any mail. i'm talking 2...3 days in a row. that never happens. so my wife pointed out what's happening here. the mail delivery person is refusing to deliver because the space on our walk is too narrow. what the hell?!
too narrow!!?!?! damn lazy mail person! your stupid union empowers you to the point where you look for the smallest excuse not to do your damn job. guess what? you're on the mail route anyway, walking by our house. just deliver the stupid mail because you get paid to do it.
so people say to me when i complain about this, "hey, how dare you be so brash as to call the mail deliver person lazy when you won't even clean your front walk?" and that's a valid point...except that I don't get paid to clean my front walk. the canada post person does get paid to deliver mail.
so just get the job done and there won't be a problem!